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Upstate: A Novel

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IL: UG - BL: 5.2 - AR Pts: 10
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UPSTATE is an absolutely stunning, powerful coming of age novel filled with tragedy, struggle, love and triumph-a modern The Color Purple Set in New York in the 80s and 90s, UPSTATE tells the story of two young lovers, Antonio and Natasha, torn apart by tragedy and struggling to survive against all odds. When a horrific tragedy sends Antonio to jail, their worlds turn upside down. Antonio struggles to stay alive on the inside; Natasha battles society on the outside. Over the course of 10 years, they share an intimate correspondence as their lives change dramatically and they often have only each other to turn to. Will fate bring them back together, or will they remain forever apart? Ripe with unforgettable characters and two haunting voices, UPSTATE is an audio program not to be missed.
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9780312332686
9781427220967
9780312332693
Reading Level:
UG
Level 5.2, 10 Points
Lexile measure:
950L
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Full title upstate
Author buckhanon kalisha
Grouping Category book
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UPSTATE is an absolutely stunning, powerful coming of age novel filled with tragedy, struggle, love and triumph—a modern The Color Purple
Set in New York in the 80s and 90s, UPSTATE tells the story of two young lovers, Antonio and Natasha, torn apart by tragedy and struggling to survive against all odds. When a horrific tragedy sends Antonio to jail, their worlds turn upside down.
Antonio struggles to stay alive on the inside; Natasha battles society on the outside. Over the course of 10 years, they share an intimate correspondence as their lives change dramatically and they often have only each other to turn to. Will fate bring them back together, or will they remain forever apart? Ripe with unforgettable characters and two haunting voices, UPSTATE is an audio program not to be missed.

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subject_facet African American prisoners -- Fiction, African American women -- Fiction, Fathers -- Death -- Fiction, New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction, New York (State) -- Fiction, Young adults -- Fiction
title_display Upstate
title_full Upstate / Kalisha Buckhanon, Upstate A Novel
title_short Upstate
title_sub A Novel
topic_facet African American prisoners, African American women, Death, Fathers, Fiction, Literature, Young adults